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If the apocalypse doesn't come today, don't worry. It isn't the end of the world. ;-) Here are two stories about preditions of the end.
Huffington Post: Apocalypse Predictions: 182 Other Days When The World Was Supposed To End
And this from Business Insider: 25 Doomsday Predictions, Most Of Which Were Wrong
Dec 21, 2012 in History, Sociology | Permalink
Apocalypse, end of the world
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